Though things have been going relatively smoothly so far, Clay notes that Aubrey is a loose cannon and you never know when she's going to start acting like an asshole. She does crack up at her lascivious-sounding line just as Ivanka walks in. Ivanka says that the highlight of her week has been seeing Paul dressed like a dweeb, and she notes that he carries it well. I would like to see him in a sweater vest, honestly. As Teresa explains their commercial concept to Ivanka, Aubrey continuously interrupts in a very loud voice until everyone looks at her. This bid for control does not go unnoticed by Ivanka, who thinks that Aubrey might have been wise to pipe down after the criticism she received in the boardroom last week.
Clay and Arsenio head out to do some editing while Teresa focuses on filming the final commercial scenes. Time is tight, and Aubrey takes this opportunity to badmouth Teresa and Paul for being quasi-useless at the best of times. Meanwhile, Clay and Arsenio take the opportunity to record some voiceovers and zipper sounds for the commercial, and make a ton of dick jokes in the process. The rest of the team comes in, and Aubrey is unimpressed at the amount of work they've done so far. As Team Unanimous races against the clock, Aubrey throws out the last-minute idea that they might not want to use the phrase "old-fashioned" in the commercial, as it is derogatory to the physical coupon books that people probably still use. She suggests changing it to "old-school," which isn't any better at all, but there isn't time to do anything. Clay sees all this as Aubrey's bid to cover her ass. And speaking of ass-covering bids, Teresa is totally ready to throw Clay and Arsenio under the bus for a potentially bad editing job.
Team Unanimous's presentation begins with Teresa telling the Entertainment.com execs how difficult it is to find affordable things to do with your family in this economy. And I mean, coming from her that is rich. The commercial is funny, but perhaps a little too dirty for the circumstances, and the term "old-fashioned" does get a reaction from the execs. Aubrey assures us that Teresa might have kumbaya feelings at the moment, but the second that their team loses, Arsenio and Clay will turn on her just as they did Aubrey. In fact, I think they'd actually turn on Aubrey again. Isn't it wild that there are people in the world next to whom Teresa Giudice seems like an enjoyable human being?